Proper Tagging is KEY!

Once your tags are printed it is time to attach them to your items! When attaching tags to items make sure the description matches the item.Do not tape over the barcode! Our scanner cannot read through tape.



Sleepers sell best when two or three are safety pinned together on one hanger.
All clothing must be on hangers. Check with your local dry cleaner as many provide them for free.  Hanging your clothing items before entering/pricing them also helps speed up the process.
Pants should be hung from the top bar of the hanger. Do not hang pants on pant hangers. Use safety pins as close together as possible so pants do not slide down to the bottom of the hanger.
Safety pin all items of a set together so that they can be viewed without unpinning them.  See picture below for reference!


Toys, games and books


Toys must be clean and in working order WITH batteries in them. We must be able to turn them on.
Make sure all loose pieces are in a ziplock bag and taped to the toy. Bags should be sealed shut with tape. Tape the entire opening shut to prevent little hands from opening them.
Check games and puzzles to make sure all pieces are included.
Puzzles should be wrapped securely in clear wrap with the tag taped to the outside with clear packing tape, to keep the pieces intact.
Feel free to attach information on the function and highlights of toys and equipment. Some consignors print the toy and equipment descriptions from the internet to attach.
When attaching the tag to books, tape (with masking or painters tape) only the top part of the tag.  It prevents the tape from tearing the book and it is easier to remove when it is sold.
Sets of books can be placed in a ziploc bag or tied together with a ribbon. Parenting/pregnancy books and other guides must be current.




Please only bring your like-new shoes.
Tie the shoes together and attach tag with another tie or string.
If the shoes have no place to tie, then use ribbon to tie the shoes together with the tag tied with them.
Shoes should NOT be in zip lock bags.




If possible, package bedding sets together in a clear plastic bag.
Feel free to attach a sheet describing all the pieces included in the set.
No Queen or King size bedding and ALL bedding should be kid-themed regardless of size.

Loose Items


For smaller items like baby bottles, rattles, socks, bibs, bows, etc, please group them together appropriately in ziploc bags with tag taped to the outside. Tape these bags shut to keep little hands out of them!
Make sure all items are in good condition.
Small fabric items like bibs, burp cloths and receiving blankets can be safety pinned together and priced as a set. Receiving blankets and towels can be hung.


Car Seats


Check your car seat expiration date before bringing it to the sale (usually found on the bottom of the car seat).
We accept only car seats which are five years or newer.
It must not be subject to recall or have been in an accident.
All seat covers and straps must be thoroughly cleaned.
You will need to bring or fill out a
Car Seat Waiver when you drop off your items.




Furniture sells well! Don’t forget those beds, kids’ dressers, high chairs, changing tables, swings, kitchen sets, kid tables and chair sets and Little Tikes equipment. Make sure to secure the tag to an easy-to-read location.
Crib Guidelines:  Due to the current laws regarding the resale of cribs, the cribs must be manufactured no earlier than June 28, 2011, or have the manufacturer’s sticker stating that the crib was meeting the new standards prior to the required start date. Retro-fitted cribs that had previously been on recall will not be accepted.